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New Orleans Wake Up

New Orleans, Wake Up!!!!!!

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Connecting New Orleans to the larger issue of black survival in an intense global anti-African environment; a national and global critical analysis and commentary.

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Our guest is Dr. Mounia Mnouer. Mounia is an independent scholar who works on matters of North African indigeneity, decolonization, social justice education and is the organizer for the free online symposium, African Communities: Heritage,... more

Anago James Akeem Osho joins us directly from Badagry, Nigeria. Anago is the founder of Anago James Akeem Osho Adventures, a cultural tour company in Nigeria. Anago James Akeem Osho is a cultural preservationist, creative and... more

Today we celebrate Nigerian Independence. Join us as we feature aspects of Nigerian history, culture, music, arts, its diverse regions, its resilient and progressive people. Listen as we speak with Nigerians about the meaning of... more

This is part 2 of our conversation with Dr. Thomas J. Durant. Please also listen to Part 1 of our... more

Our guest for this show is Dr. Jasmine Mitchell. Dr. Mitchell is Assistant Professor of American Studies and Media Communication at SUNY Old Westbury. Dr. Mitchell will talk about her book, Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U.S. and... more

Please continue listening to part 2 by clicking the link below. https://www.blogtalkradio.com/new-orleans-wake-up/2020/09/26/dr-durant-lessons-from-an-elderscholar-activist DR. THOMAS J. DURANT, JR. is currently Emeritus Professor of Sociology at... more

Dr. Shani Roper is joining us to discuss some historical and contemporary issues pertaining to Jamaica and the Caribbean in general. A former Irvinite and a graduate of the Department of History (Mona), Dr. Shani Roper is trained as a... more

Dr. Mammo Muchie is joining us to dicuss the significance and controversy of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam(GERD). The dam will be the largest hydroelectric dam in Africa and the the seventh largest in the world. Ethiopia will... more

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